Tax Reform for International Competitiveness and Economic Growth

February 15, 2013

Here is the slideshow presentation I gave to a group in San Diego yesterday.  The event was called “Manufacturing in the Golden State.”  It describes the math about how a consumption tax could reduce the domestic tax burden, include imports in our tax base, narrow the trade deficit, increase U.S. production, and fund reductions in the income tax while maintaining progressivity.

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